Je viens d'acheter une unité centrale LENOVO processeur ADM E2 7110 APU with AMD Radeon R2 3.4 GB.
Je souhaite changer de processeur contre un plus puissant en fréquence, mais sans changer la carte mère.
This processor is Ball Grid Array (BGA), meaning it is soldered to motherboard. Replacement of processor without replacement of motherboard would require de-solder processor and then solder a replacement processor. This requires special solder reflow equipment, which is costly for a one-time replacement. It also requires the replacement processor, which may be difficult to obtain.
Therefore, it is probably easier and cheaper to replace the whole motherboard.
Thank you for your answer, I think this is the best solution. Changing the motherboard.I have to change also the power supply and the fan?
Power supply and fan should be the same. You need to find out if Lenovo has motherboards with a similar APU. Your E2-7110 APU is "Carrizo-L", socket FP4. Similar APU would be A8-7410 or A6-7310 or A4-7210. I don't know if Lenovo has those.
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